Samsung sells a total of 10 million Galaxy S phones
Samsung is doing more than well with the Galaxy S fella. The originally Android 2.1-running smartphone has entered the pockets of more than 10 million users around the world and is continuing to conquer even more market share.
It is hardly a surprising number since we sat and watch as Samsung issued new press-releases for every new million or so.
North America is the region with most Galaxy S sold - more than four million - followed by Europe with 2.5 million. But then again - there are no less than three different variations of the smartphone deployed in the US only.
Samsung has the same big plans for the Galaxy Tab and its Bada-devices.
Let's wait for the MWC 2011 and see what else new has Samsung prepared for us.
oh poor layman it has graphic card and not open gles 2,0 gpu.its going to be first phone to have graphic card.open gles 2.1 of N8 is a mammoth comparing to inferior gpu used in the galaxy.want to check gpu of N8 follow this. Check these-nokiamobile...
- 2011-01-05 17:26
You are ready naive if you think that what a survey Finish company (Nokia is Finish too) estimates will happen in real life. Wait until Nokia releases the real numbers and then talk. I bet it will be below 3.5 million.
- 2011-01-05 10:29
My God, you never heard of Odin 3? Search on the internet for Odin 3 and Froyo 2.2.1. You'll get the latest Froyo version released by Samsung for UK.
- 2011-01-05 10:24